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MTBS3D Interview at @SVVR2015 w/Josh Farkas of @CubicleNinjas Chief Architects of Immersed Access! #immersedaccess #SVVR #VR http://t.co/47DuDhcFS0
MTBS3D RT @karlkrantz: The @FOVEinc VR eye-tracking headset will change everything you know about #VR. Learn more: http://t.co/tZzm145xbd #FOVE
MTBS3D RT @official_ita3d: Thanks @SVVR2015, @jonpeddie @MissQuickstep @denise_quesnel @MTBS3D David Traub & everyone who joined us for our Futuri…
MTBS3D Amazing two days @SVVR2015! Thanks Nana, @karlkrantz and @CymaticBruce on a job well done! Now go take a vacation! :) #SVVR2015
MTBS3D RT @SVVR2015: Thank you to the incredible VR community who made SVVR 2015 an amazing success! http://t.co/gzcmtQcWD8
MTBS3D RT @JoshuaFarkas: A huge thank you to @karlkrantz @CymaticBruce and Nana for making SVVR 2015 another unforgettable event!
MTBS3D .@denise_quesnel @Vrideo @SVVR2015 @AMD @MissQuickstep @NextGalaxyCorp Thank you, Denise! You were a great panelist! :)
MTBS3D RT @official_ita3d: Immersed Access unveiled today at @SVVR2015! Registrants get 25%off. #immersedaccess #SVVR2015 http://t.co/3D0Gi8iwyV h…
MTBS3D 2PM @SVVR2015, Dave Holz of @LeapMotion presenting The Future of Wearable Displays and Inputs. #VR #SVVR2015 #VRExpo http://t.co/czdfJtP50a
MTBS3D Coming up LIVE STREAM @SVVR2015 #VR Without Borders, Tony Parisi @auradeluxe #SVVR2015 #VRExpo #virtualreality http://t.co/czdfJtP50a
MTBS3D @tn_Investing Cool! Thanks a lot! :)
MTBS3D RT @misslivirose: Collecting Kittens in Unity with KittenVR http://t.co/29pRVQVZAJ
MTBS3D RT @misslivirose: http://t.co/B8raKJfk9Q is a site for my "living" dev project where I test #VR development and write about it! Post #1 is …
MTBS3D Right now LIVE STREAM @SVVR2015 Investing in Virtual Reality. #SVVR2015 #VR #venturecapital #investing http://t.co/czdfJtxu8C
MTBS3D RT @MarySpio: Joined forces w/ #berkshirehathaway's Richline Wearables @ceek @ceekars #VRONE #VRShopping http://t.co/qpK6KpgB4t http://t.…
MTBS3D RT @OTIILI: #eyetracking + #vr= something I have wished for sometime now. I hope #Fove kickstarter will be a success https://t.co/TFUHhK7QSb

Giant 3D virtual reality system lets scientists travel through space, anatomy and more

By Carla K. Johnson, AP

CHICAGO — Take a walk through a human brain? Fly over the surface of Mars? Computer scientists at the University of Illinois at Chicago are pushing science fiction closer to reality with a wraparound virtual world where a researcher wearing 3D glasses can do all that and more.

In the system, known as CAVE2, an 8-foot-high screen encircles the viewer 320 degrees. A panorama of images springs from 72 stereoscopic liquid crystal display panels, conveying a dizzying sense of being able to touch what’s not really there.

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